Langley Rams quarterback Jordan McCarty gets ready to fire a pass during his team's home finale at McLeod Athletic Park on Sept. 27. McCarty threw three touchdown passes in the Rams' regular season finale, a 48-17 win over the Valley Huskers.

Langley Rams quarterback Jordan McCarty gets ready to fire a pass during his team's home finale at McLeod Athletic Park on Sept. 27. McCarty threw three touchdown passes in the Rams' regular season finale, a 48-17 win over the Valley Huskers.

Rams run over Huskers in regular season finale

Langley finishes B.C. Football Conference regular season in second place with 7-3 record

The Langley Rams closed out the regular season with a 48-17 road win over the Valley Huskers.

The Rams were playing at Chilliwack’s Exhibition Stadium on Saturday, finishing with a 7-3 mark in the B.C. Junior Football League.

The record means the Rams will host the Kamloops Broncos on Oct. 18 at 4 p.m. at McLeod Athletic Park in the league semifinals. The Rams were 5-0 this season at home.

In Saturday’s finale, the Rams ran all over the Huskers, churning out 396 yards rushing and 624 yards of total offence.

Running back Jordan Traversy carried the ball 14 times for 154 yards and a touchdown while Nathan Lund rushed five times for 112 yards and a score. Jacob Patko had the other Rams touchdown along the ground.

Quarterback Jordan McCarty tossed three touchdown passes — one apiece to Malcolm Williams, Daniel English and Tore Corrado — and 189 yards.

Williams also kicked a field goal and three converts, as did the Rams regular kicker Steve Thomas.

On defence, Steven Martinez and Ben Sharpe came up with interceptions, Cecil Belanger had a fumble recovery and Clovis Lumeka blocked a kick.

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The winner of the Rams/Broncos game will face the winner of the other semifinal between first-place Okanagan (9-1) and fourth-place V.I. Raiders (5-5).